Sixteen countries competed in Tuesday’s semi-final of the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest. Which ones will continue to party in Saturday’s Grand Final?
Will televoters and juries have “Grand Amore” for Italy’s Il Volo at the Eurovision Song Contest final? Let’s hope so.
On the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide, Genealogy pretends its entry isn’t political. After a strong 2014, can Armenia keep its momentum going?
Armenia will share a dark part of its history with “Don’t Deny” at the Eurovision Song Contest. Will the song honor memories or miss out on the final?
Host country Denmark will attempt to earn another Eurovision victory with “Cliché Love Song” by Basim. Will its prime position in the Final push the song over the top?
Armenia is the favorite to win this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. Will Aram Mp3’s “Not Alone” deliver the country its first win?
It wouldn’t be the Eurovision Song Contest without an über Power Ballad. “Undo” by Sweden’s Sanna Nielsen takes on the challenge, but is it a shoo-in for the final?
Hungary could be a contender to win the Eurovision Song Contest with “Running” by András Kállay Saunders. Might the subject matter of the song prove to be too heavy for voters?
It wouldn’t be Eurovision without a song about everyone just getting along. Enter Iceland’s Pollapönk with their punk-infused track “No Prejudice.” Will audiences get along with this song?
Maybe San Marino will finally make it to the Eurovision Song Contest final with “Maybe” by Valentina Monetta. For the third time to be a charm, it may require some errors from ESC heavyweights.